Scican emphasizes their focus on gentle sterilizing technologies and speed of sterilizing cycles. A similar cassette autoclave is the Midmark M3 Ultrafast , fyi… for comparison sakes. The G4 series brings more electronic communication and new software to these machines. Statims are chosen for their ability to sterilize a diverse type of instruments including dental hand pieces, eye surgery instruments, and other lumen tubed instruments. This is the video I created to compare the and , with their similarities, and differences.

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To make a correction, select the PIN User you want to change and repeat the process described above. To activate Process Enforced usage, follow these steps: 1. Scroll to Process Enforced 3. Press to the Setup menu. To change themes follow these steps: 1. Scroll to Themes and select.

From here, you can either select Change Theme for a menu of preloaded themes or to access a new theme that can be loaded using the USB port. Upgrade Theme 4. In the Change Theme screen, use to scroll through your available options. As you scroll, each theme will display on the touchscreen. Press to select your theme and return to the Setup menu. The unit will load the files directly from the USB storage device. Do not remove the USB storage device while files are loading this could take as long as 10 minutes.

Press to select this theme and return to the Setup screen. Scroll to Screensaver and select. Use to scroll through you time options. When you have found the amount of time you require, press it. Press to save and return to the Setup menu. Should you need to adjust the contrast for your office, follow these steps: 1. Scroll to LCD Contrast and select. Use to scroll through your contrast options.

When you have found the contrast you require, press it. Press move back to the Setup menu. Scroll to Beep Volume and select. Use to scroll through the volume settings. Select the one you want by pressing it. Press save and move back to the Setup menu. You can adjust this time between 15 to 60 minutes in increments of 1 minute. Scroll to Air Drying and select. Use to scroll through the time settings. Press and move back to the Setup menu. Page 17 4 Using Cassettes and Preparing Instruments 4.

Hold the cassette handle with your thumbs facing inward on the cassette latch. Push downward on the cassette latch. Raise the cassette lid upwards and disengage the hinge. Rest the lid on its outer surface. Align the hinge tab on the cassette lid with the hinge slot on the rear of the bottom tray. As you begin to close the lid, the hinge tab and slot will engage. Place the end of the cassette into the unit. NOTE: The main menu screen will display if the cassette is not properly inserted in the unit.

Grasp the handle with two hands and pull away from the unit. Pull the cassette clear of the unit and set down on a firm surface. Page 18 4 Using Cassettes and Preparing Instruments 4. Push the carry handle 2 into the open position. Put your hands on either side of the cassette handle 1.

Insert your forefingers in the slots and place your thumbs on the thumb pads. Press down with your thumbs and pull up with your forefingers until the lid opens. Raise the cassette lid and disengage from the tray. Align the hinge tab on the lid with the hinge slot on the tray. Place the carry handle 2 into the closed position. Hold the cassette handle in one hand and the carry handle in the other as shown in Figure 8. Place the end of the cassette into the unit and drop the carry handle into its closed position.

NOTE: The main menu screen will display in the unit. Grasp the cassette handle with one hand and pull out from the unit. As the cassette emerges from the unit, grasp the carry handle with your free hand and lift it upwards. Pull the cassette clear from the unit and set down on a firm surface.

To ensure optimal drying of instruments within autoclave bags use the rack with drying plates. Disinfectant residues and solid debris may inhibit sterilization and damage the instruments, the cassette, and the STATIM. Lubricated instruments must be wiped thoroughly and any excess lubricant should be removed before loading.

This ensures that steam reaches all surfaces and will promote drying. Instruments must not be stacked or piled in the cassettes, as this will impede the sterilization process. Place the wrapped instruments on the rack and arrange them to avoid overlap. Loosely pack instruments in the bags to allow steam penetration to all instrument surfaces. Care must be taken to ensure that the combined weight of the loaded bags does not exceed 1.

When loading rubber and plastic instruments in the tray, leave a space between the instruments and the cassette walls. This ensures that steam reaches all surfaces, and will promote drying. Use of these materials may lead to instrument or equipment damage. Instruments will remain sterile after a successful cycle until the cassette is disengaged from the unit. Unwrapped instruments, once exposed to ambient or external conditions, cannot be maintained in a sterile state.

Best Practice: Allow instruments wrapped or unwrapped to dry completely prior to handling. Wrapped or pouched instruments must not touch each other to promote drying and enable effective sterilization. In addition, the weekly use of biological indicators, which allow you to ascertain whether the instruments have been exposed to sterilization condition, is recommended.

This system consists of self contained biological indicators and incubators. It is important to select the correct biological indicator for the cycle being tested.

Process the load in the sterilizer according to your usual practice. At the first indication of a potential sterilization failure: 1. Do not process any more instruments until favourable test results have been returned. Ensure the correct indicator type was chosen. Ensure the cassette was not overloaded. Consult the earlier portion of this section for proper loading instructions. Page 22 4 Using Cassettes and Preparing Instruments Because the turnaround time for the SciCan ENSURE is up to 24 hours, and 3M Attest is up to 48 hours, it is recommended that the tests be conducted so that the incubation period occurs during a period of planned downtime such as the last cycle before a weekend.


SciCan Statim 5000 G4 Cassette Autoclave

Fast point-of-use sterilization makes turnaround a priority, increasing efficiency and virtually eliminates instrument bottlenecks. Our state-of-the-art steam technology is gentle on both solid and hollow instruments. Air Removal Using PPPD technology and our patented steam injection process — air is automatically forced out of the sterilization chamber. Touch A large 3. Fully adjustable contrast levels let you optimize the screen to the lighting in your steri-centre.



Tests conducted by leading universities in North America and Europe have proven the Statim effectiveness for dental and medical sterilization. Additionally, it is easy to use and maintain. Simply select one of the three sterilization programs and with a single touch of the keypad, begin the cycle. An advanced microprocessor controls all functions and maintains optimal sterilization conditions, from start to finish. The patented air removal system ensures effective sterilization with no oxidation to your instruments and removes the air even in hollow instruments. No harmful chemicals that may possibly risk staff and patient to exposure. Aseptic Transfer Statim cassette offers the solution to the concern of aseptic transfer of sterilized items from the sterilizer to the point of use.


Scican Statim 5000 Manuals


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